Construction worker with severe disability settles case after being hit by hit and run driver


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A construction worker was unloading his truck when he was hit from behind by a hit and run driver.  The other car crushed him against his work truck, breaking both legs in several places and causing a head injury.

The injured worker needed several surgeries to repair the comminuted fractures and ligament tears in his legs and was not able to return to work in construction.

In addition to a significant lump sum amount, his settlement provides for lifetime medical treatment for both the orthopedic injuries and neurologic (head injury) injuries.